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04-24-2007, 03:21 AM
University of Maryland Medical Center

The Laboratory for Research on Arm Function and Therapy is seeking a
programmer/analyst to design and perform data acquisition and analysis
related to research on rehabilitation of motor function after stroke. Work
will be cutting-edge and varied, with development of a virtual instrument
for electrophysiology data acquisition and analysis. Virtual instruments
will interface with MIT-designed robotic rehabilitation devices. Other
duties include performing functional imaging analysis on MRI images.

Seeking permanent employee, but will consider temp-to-perm opportunity.

# Bachelor's in Computer Science, or related discipline
# Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in
writing, including the ability to create appropriate technical and user
documentation. Must have excellent people skills, and exhibit good
listening and comprehension skills. Keeps others adequately informed.

# Understanding of human-centered research and processes
# Experience with LabView graphical programming
# Experience with Tcl/Tk, MATLAB, and shell scripting
# Experience with X-window applications on a Unix platform
# Experience with Macintosh computers

# Demonstrated aptitude to learn new skills and quickly acquire procedural
# Demonstrated ability to work independently or on a team
# Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks appropriately and effectively
manage research expectations
# Demonstrated ability to provide guidance to others within technical

1.Design and modify LabView™ virtual instruments that control data
acquisition using transcranial magnetic stimulation, rehabilitation robots,
and functional electrical stimulation.
2.Consult with users on project design needs. Maintain a professional
relationship with project personnel.
3.Perform functional imaging analysis using FSL and functional MRI data.
4.Transfer imaging data from one format to another.
5.Create and maintain user manuals and documentation of software projects.
6.Maintain software and troubleshoot complicated software projects.
7.Perform other related duties incidental to work describe herein.

For more information and to apply, go to:

For questions, contact:
George F. Wittenberg, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Neurology
Baltimore VAMC, Univ. of Maryland
10 N Green St (BT/18/GR)
Baltimore, MD 21201-1524
Email: gwittenb@grecc.umaryland.edu